Cambridge Engineering has further expanded into commercial cooling with the availability of the E-Series and ESC-Series evaporative cooling. The company also made enhancements to its M-Series make-up air units.
Heat Transfer Products Group LLC released its new EcoNet® Enabled Unit Coolers. Developed in conjunction with Rheem Manufacturing, the company says it builds on the efficiency of Rheem’s EcoNet® technology and brings it to the commercial refrigeration market.
SPX Cooling Technologies announced the availability of the Marley® brand Cube BTC forced draft evaporative condenser and Cube DTC induced draft evaporative condenser for industrial cooling applications. Both Cube models are geared toward cooling applications in chemical processing, industrial gases production, and pharmaceutical production.
SPX Cooling Technologies has launched its new Recold® LC Evaporative Condenser. The condenser design reduces refrigerant charge by up to 40% and lowers fan energy consumption by up to 50% compared to conventional evaporative condensers, according to company officials.
Larson Electronics LLC has released a new explosion proof evaporative cooler. This explosion proof galvanized air chiller combines a non-sparking fan and dry mist technology to cool Class 1, Division 1 work areas that do not have access to traditional air conditioning.
DriSteem has developed a new wetted media system with five patent-pending technologies. The DriSteem Wetted Media System provides evaporative cooling and humidification for a wide variety of applications while taking advantage of the free cooling and energy savings.
RAE Coils announced that it is manufacturing replacement and OEM evaporative condensing tube bundles. The company claims the tube bundles are a critical component of the highly-efficient condensing units originally manufactured by Mammoth’s Ultraline and Penthouse brands. Also, when compared with air cooled technology, officials said the product can result in a reduction of up to 35% in annual operating costs.
Mission critical cooling manufacturer Stulz Air Technology Systems announced the launch of new indirect evaporative cooling equipment (IeCE) that uses the latest technology to provide high efficiency environmental control solutions for data centers.
Engineered Systems magazine’s May 2019 issue examines the role of HVAC systems and power in critical facilities via the University of Utah’s new, LEED Gold-certified Downtown Data Center; the role of codes and standards in mission critical facilities; why an engineer should consider a product’s functional requirements during the specification process; and much more.